The Associated Press
Sarah Palin greets her fans outside a Barnes & Noble at Woodland Mall in Grand Rapids, Mich., on Wednesday on the first stop of her “Going Rogue” book tour.
PLANO, Texas (AP) - Former Alaska governor and GOP vice
presidential candidate Sarah Palin's book-signing tour is bringing
her to Texas, and includeS a stop at Fort Hood Friday Evening.
Palin stopped Friday to sign copies of her new book, "Going
Rogue," at Legacy Books in the Dallas suburb of Plano. About 1,500
people queued up at the independent bookstore to see Palin. Some
fans lined up before dawn in an effort, during near-freezing
temperatures, to be among the first to greet her.
Palin hasn't been speaking to most reporters during her tightly
controlled, stay-on-message book tour.
She is scheduled to sign books at Fort Hood on Friday at 6PM.
Her visit comes a month after an Army psychiatrist is accused in a
mass shooting spree on the Texas Army post that killed 13 and
wounded dozens more.
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